You can also use neck of lamb or gigot chops to make this stew. Simply ask your butcher to cut it into 1½cm slices for you. This is a great nutritionally complete dinner in one pot for the whole family.
The smoked salmon in this recipe could be replaced with slices of cooked ham or cured tongue; or try wilted spinach for a vegetarian alternative
A great starter for your Irish feast!
For a more fragrant and pungent dish, the lamb can be covered in clingfilm and marinated in the fridge for up to 24 hours to allow the spices to penetrate the meat. The accompanying couscous can be jazzed up with pistachio nuts and dried fruits.
This recipe is perfect to feed a crowd and the shoulder or gigot of pork are the best cuts to use. This is best served warm. If you are nervous about tying up the joint, bring the stuffing down to your butchers and get him to do it for you.
Spiced lamb meatballs served with rice and a tomato sauce.